Ahura Mazda

noun
Ahu·​ra Maz·​da | \ə-ˌhu̇r-ə-ˈmaz-də, ä-ˌhu̇r-\

Definition of Ahura Mazda 

: the Supreme Being represented as a deity of goodness and light in Zoroastrianism

First Known Use of Ahura Mazda

1850, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for Ahura Mazda

Avestan Ahuramazda, literally, wise god

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